Artist News

Workhorse Studio Tags the Wireless Market with Its Mobile Content

Submitted by russell on Tue, 07/19/2005 - 17:53
Workhorse Studio and Wiredset, are proud to announce the launch of Workhorse Wireless: a digital library of contemporary urban graphics, images, photographs, and art for the mobile environment. The quality of Mobile content leaps forward with Workhorse's entry into the Mobile content market place. Working directly with the most respected artists in their fields, Workhorse is able to bring its art to market utilizing the technological expertise of the digital agency Wiredset. Within the Workhorse ranks are artists such as Jeff Soto, Faile, Meomi, Seth Ciferri, Brendan Monroe, Blaine Fontana, Tara McPherson, MCA, and Justin Hampton.

"The Workhorse project is an early and important entry into digital personalization for mobile users. It is a significant and stylish offering for mobile users, taking them out of the operator logo ghetto," Wiredset founder Mark Ghuneim said.

Workhorse has been entrenched in the urban and street art world for the better… Read more

Klutch drops an em to Stencil Archive

Submitted by russell on Wed, 06/22/2005 - 23:56
20 boards in one week. I have more in the works but was able to finish 20 of them in 7 days. No reason why, I just ran out of things to paint (besides records) and hit up Calsk8 for some castaways. Now I am trying to see how many I can do before July 1st. If you are in Portland on First Thursday in July stop by Zeitgeist to see how many I end up with. I am also in the Fifty-Fifty show that just finished up in LA and opens in NY July 14, here is a link - http://www.beckycity.com/ .

Keep shining,
Klutch Read more

Scott Williams Receives SFAI's 2005 Adeline Kent Award

Submitted by russell on Wed, 06/22/2005 - 22:33

Scott Williams's Main Stencil Archive
Here is Scott's San Francisco Arts Institute's Adeline Kent Award Exhibit Stencil Archive

Scott Williams is an artist who has quietly made an indelible mark on the Bay Area landscape with his highly detailed, public stencil and spray-paint murals, paintings, and objects. Since the early 1980s, Williams's work has primarily taken the form of indoor and outdoor murals in gallery and non-art settings, but…

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Christopher Bettig June Update

Submitted by russell on Wed, 06/15/2005 - 18:29
EXHIBITS :

Drawing Exhibit
Blank Gallery / Busy-Being bring you new drawings by : Christopher
Bettig, Carolina Chaves, Ben Loiz, Timothy Reed and Albert Reyes.

Opening: Saturday June 25th, 2005
Exhibition Dates: 6.25.05 - 7.25.05

Location:
Blank Gallery
1202 Alvarado Street. Echo Park, California 90026
http://www.blank-echopark.com

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PRESS :

Lucky Magazine
The June issue of Lucky has a photo of the "Mountain of a Man"
screenprints. p. 33
http://www.luckymag.com
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STORES:

Igloo Shop
the Mountain Label products are now available at the Igloo Shop in San
Diego! Thanks Gary and Todd!
http://www.iglooshop.com

Busy-Being
the Busy-Being shop has the… Read more

Leon Rainbow E-Newsletter

Submitted by russell on Fri, 06/03/2005 - 16:07
Saturday, I'll be at Trenton Heritage Days Festival..
Presenting the murals of a program I taught over past school year...
Organized by the City of Trenton’s Department of Recreation, Natural Resources and Culture, the Trenton Heritage Days Festival is the largest cultural activity of its kind in New Jersey. The Festival highlights the city’s diverse cultures and historic richness. Ethnic foods, arts and crafts, children activities and continuous entertainment are available during this weekend-long event. This annual Festival takes place the first weekend in June
For additional information regarding the Trenton Heritage Days Festival, please call (609) 989-3839.
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GOOD LUCK TO THE BIG ART SHOW IN AKRON!!!
SATURDAY JUNE 4th!!
doors@8 - $5 - 21 to drink
@ THE LIME SPIDER
The Lime Spider is located at 207 S. Main Street in Downtown Akron,
between Church and… Read more

Tes One Updates

Submitted by russell on Mon, 04/25/2005 - 15:59
April 2005 Updates | www.tesone.net

++ Merchandise update ++

Limited edition Podskinz featuring the art of Tes One are now available for your iPod courtesy of Macskinz. Each Podskinz is printed in a limited series of 100 per design.
Numbered 1 through 100 on the inside. For more information, visit www.macskinz.com
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++ Projects ++

Tes One teamed up with M3 and flavorpill at the 2005 Winter Music Conference for "Sunset Sessions", a live concert series on the beaches of Miami, sponsored by Absolut Vodka. The mural art done for the event is now available as a wallpaper image at www.flavorpill.net
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++ Gallery Update ++

10 new paintings have been added to the Gallery. Pricelist for… Read more

Leon Rainbow E-Newsletter

Submitted by russell on Sun, 03/06/2005 - 21:01
Leon Rainbow E-Newsletter

Hey What's the deal!
Great things are in the works! check out all the hot shows listed below! I Hope to see you at them all! especially next week... Pose 2 is having a Artist Gatheringon Wednesday, and the KENNEDY VS RAINBOW show on friday...Not 2 B Ms.d!!

Don't forget to take a peep at the blazin new skate decks in my online store at LeonRainbow.com/store Thanks Leon
Renegade Art Project #6
West Chester, PA
Renegade Art Coalition

April 30- May 1
"Street 2K5 Festival"
New Brunswick, New Jersey
Street 2K5/Albus Cavus

April 23rd.
BAS BROOKLYN #2
Williamsburg, Brooklyn
Big Art Show

April 9th
BIG ART SHOW #8
Art..Rock..Asbury..welcome back!!
http://bigartshow.com/

March 11-April 4
"Eric Kenneddy vs Leon Rainbow"
Reception: Trenton 2 Nite… Read more

Electron Microscopic Stencils

Submitted by russell on Sun, 03/06/2005 - 20:16
i'm working on an abstract for a science and art conference and i
thought i can share something with you expressed your interest in this
before.

the attached image are photographs taken using a microscope. the image
on the left shows the very simple stencil i cut out using focused beam
of electrons in a thin film of plastic. the special thing about this
plastic is that no biological molecules (proteins for examples) and
cells do not like to stick to it. so i cut out the rectangle which
measures 5x10 micrometers (diameter of your hair is about 100
microcmeters) and the material underneath gets exposed (in this case
it's plain silicon wafer). so instead of using paint i used somethng
more interesting for stenciling - living cells. i used fibroblasts.
they are in our bodies and they like to stick to various surfaces. for
example when you cut yourself, the fibroblasts flow into the cut and… Read more

bs.as.stencil new and fabulous web site

Submitted by russell on Mon, 02/28/2005 - 21:51
large archive of Bs.as.stencil from argentina. South America, Third world!!